The Kurk decision is an important win for people concerned about fiscal sanity and public accountability. We’ve all seen town and school budget officials playing games with default budgets by artificially inflating the number. That makes their proposed budgets look better by comparison. The Kurk decision is the first time that a New Hampshire court has stepped in and said, “No, you have to follow the law.” | More at CNHT
The Kurk Decision
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